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Sergio Chejfek- John Fowles Center lecture Literature

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The 15th Annual John Fowles Center Literary Forum is devoted to Latin American writers and writing. Sergio Chejfec reads from his book and Mark Axelrod translates. Chejfek was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. From 1990-2005 he lived in Venezuela, where he published "Nueva sociedad", a journal of politics, culture and the social sciences. He currently lives in New York City and teaches in the Creative Writing Program in Spanish at NYU. Chejfec has written novels, essays and a poetry collection. Some of his work includes, "Lenta biografia", "Las planetas", "Boca de Lobo" and "Los incompletes". His novels usually feature a slow-paced narrator that interweaves the plot with reflection and memory. Some themes prevalent in his work include political violence, and Jewish-Argentine culture and history. "My Two Worlds" was published by Open Letter Books in 2011. Taped by Panther Productions.

The 15th Annual John Fowles Center Literary Forum is devoted to Latin American writers and writing. Sergio Chejfec reads from his book and Mark Axelrod translates. Chejfek was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. From 1990-2005 he lived in Venezuela, where he published "Nueva sociedad", a journal of politics, culture and the social sciences. He currently lives in New York City and teaches in the Creative Writing Program in Spanish at NYU. Chejfec has written novels, essays and a poetry collection. Some of his work includes, "Lenta biografia", "Las planetas", "Boca de Lobo" and "Los incompletes". His novels usually feature a slow-paced narrator that interweaves the plot with reflection and memory. Some themes prevalent in his work include political violence, and Jewish-Argentine culture and history. "My Two Worlds" was published by Open Letter Books in 2011. Taped by Panther Productions.

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